You are admiring the pastel spectrum of Neumarkt in Old Town Dresden, Germany. A single day in this delightful city explains why it was once called the Jewel Box. For centuries, the capital of Saxony was renowned as a leader in culture and art housed in impressive Baroque and Rococo architecture. Within a few days during World War II, everything was destroyed. Everything! But as a testament to perseverance and 75 years of hard work, major landmarks have been meticulously rebuilt to reflect their prior glory. Dresden sparkles again. You will be captivated during every step.